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Best Easter egg deals of 2024

With Easter round the corner, you might be dashing to the shops to buy yourself, your partner or children a chocolatey treat, but prices have gone up.

This is because 70% of the world’s cocoa is produced in West Africa, and with dry weather this year, prices have doubled globally.

We’ve rounded up the best Easter egg deals in supermarkets and online shopping to help you and your family save some cash.

Easter egg deals

Asda: Asda are offering two eggs for £8, as well as easter treats for £1 and under. Or get bulk buy four for just £10.

Sainsbury’s: With a nectar card, Sainsbury’s free from range brings their gluten free eater egg to £7.

Ocado: If you shop on Ocado, you’re in luck because they’re offering any three selected Easter eggs for a mere £4.

Amazon: They’re doing a Cadbury bundle of thee eggs for under £15. And if you’re vegan, they’ve also got you covered.

 

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Lydia Bell-Jones

With a background in banking, Lydia has been writing professionally for over five years. She is passionate about helping people improve their personal finances and has a particular interest in the connection between money and mental health.

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